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Mark Brightman

Architect OAQ, AP LEED 
Principal project manager

 

QUALIFICATIONS AND PROFILE
Graduated in Washington State, Mark started his career in New York City where he worked for 4 years on residential and corporate projects. In Quebec since 2005, he has worked primarily for L’OEUF on environmental projects including residential (single and multi-family), municipal and religious projects. He has also collaborated on several competitions and projects aiming for LEED certification. With the goal of building Concept-Construction projects Mark recently obtained his RBQ general contractor’s license and created his construction company.

Since starting at L’OEUF, Mark has worked on environmental projects. As part of the design team for the Ste-Anne project, Mark was responsible for LEED certification (certification targeted, possibility of gold certification) and coordination with the engineers.
For Mark Brightman, the design of housing means optimizing the functional, aesthetic and ecological qualities of the building. To achieve this, his approach is based primarily on listening to the client, paying attention to the quality of the design and the integration of the building into the environment. His desire is to integrate and perfect the act of building. It strives to cultivate a partnership with all actors in the construction industry. It is by developing, for example, its practice of «design build» and by developing collaborations with specialized contractors that Mark gets involved in construction and distinguishes itself. The objectives of these partnerships are focused on the success of the project and the satisfaction of the client’s expectations.

SIGNIFICANT PROJECTS

Housing and Community
Various high-end residential construction and renovation projects, 2012-2022
Hurteau Condos: New LEED Platinum certified residential condos, Design-Build_Architect, contractor and developer, 2020
Poirier-Mercier Residence: Major renovation. Duplex, Architect, 2010
COOP Coteau Vert : 96 family units, Wood construction, Architect, 2009-2010
OBNL Un Toit Pour Tous : 59 family units, Wooden construction. Architect, 2009-2010
Résidence Ouimet : Designer and Project Manager, 2010
1766 Grand Trunk Street: Designer and builder, 2007-2009
Single family and commercial projects: Multiple projects with architects Natalie Dionne and Henri Cleinge, 2007-2008

Urban Ecosystem and Civic Environment
Soeurs en Vrac: Major Office/Warehouse Renovation. Architect, contractor, 2016
NDG Cultural Center and Library: Cultural Center and Library for the City of Montreal, Concrete and steel construction, Architect, 2011
St-Laurent Sports Complex : Architectural competition, 2010
Algonquin College: Architectural competition, 2009
Montreal Planetarium: Architectural competition, 2008